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David Reuben

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CCHOF Podcast w/ Hisham Kelati & David Reuben Ep 15

Canadian Comedy Hall of Fame Podcast!

Episode #15 of the Canadian Comedy Hall of Fame Podcast. Two interviews on the show first up is Hisham Kelati (2:18), Hisham is a Stand Up Comedian, Writer and Podcaster. Hisham is hot off of an amazing show at JFL in Montreal and will be at Just for Laughs in Toronto in September. Chad and Hisham talk about his early comedy influences, The Red Green Show, Russel Peters and Writing on shows like Tall Boys. Next up is the great David Reuben! (31:49) David has been in the Toronto Comedy Scene for years. David has some amazing stories including about the early days of Yuk Yuks and hanging with Sam Kinison. David also runs the comedy website thecomedygreenroom.com . canadiancomedyhall.com 

51mins

23 Aug 2022

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Advocating for Our Patients with Dr. David Reuben

The Medicine Mentors Podcast

David Reuben MD is the Director, Multicampus Program in Geriatrics Medicine and Gerontology and Chief, Division of Geriatrics at UCLA. He is the Archstone Foundation Chair and Professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine and Director of the UCLA Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Program. Dr. Reuben completed his medical school at Emory and residency at Rhode Island Hospital. He pursued a fellowship from UCLA. He has served as principal investigator of numerous large studies including the STRIDE study aimed at reducing serious falls related injuries in the elderly. His bibliography includes more than 200 peer reviewed publications in medical journals and over 30 books including the widely distributed Geriatrics at Your Fingertips. Dr. Reuben has received numerous awards including the Henderson Award from the American Geriatrics Society and the 2008 John Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Award. He has served in a number of important leadership roles including the Board Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine, President of the American Geriatrics Society and President of the Association of Directors of Geriatric Academic Programs. What is the hallmark of a great physician? Today, Dr. David Reuben reflects on how we as physicians are very powerful people: people listen to us, return our phone calls. A great physician, according to Dr. Reuben, is one who uses that power to advocate for their patients. Sharing anecdotes from his own life, Dr. Reuben shares how many of our real achievements never make their ways on a CV. Oftentimes, those lie in the small differences we can make for our patients and their families. And that is true success. Pearls of Wisdom: 1. In a patient encounter, building a relationship with a patient should be the first thing on our checklist. 2. The move from a good internist to a great internist is built on advocacy for the patient. Physicians are powerful. Use that power to advocate. 3.  Your mentor and your role model don’t have to be the same person. Having multiple people as mentors offers a variety of perspectives. 4. Think about the long-haul. Is what you’re worrying about now going to matter in five years?

18mins

7 Jan 2021

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Health Care of Older Persons - Time to Think Different: A Podcast with David Reuben

GeriPal

On this week's podcast we have the honor of talking with David Reuben about health care for older adults and how it's time to think different. It really is a smörgåsbord of topics, ranging from how to think about population health for older adults (and how we as individuals providers can provide at least some level of population health), the UCLA Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Program and its outcomes, Medicare Advantage for All, working with community partners through voucher systems, and tips for leading change. Dr. Reuben is Director of the Multicampus Program in Geriatrics Medicine and Gerontology and Chief of the Division of Geriatrics at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He is also the Archstone Foundation Chair and Director of the UCLA Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center and the UCLA Alzheimer's and Dementia Care program. If you want to read more about some of the topics, check out these links on our website at geripal.org: - Patient and Caregiver Benefit From a Comprehensive Dementia Care Program: 1‐Year Results From the UCLA Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Program - The Effect of a Comprehensive Dementia Care Management Program on End‐of‐Life Care - UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program Website

39mins

20 Feb 2020

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David Reuben - Diagnosing and Treating Dementia - An Overview

Resources For Integrated Care

These podcasts excerpted from a July 2019 webinar describe best practices and guidelines for diagnosing and assessing dementia among older adults who are dually eligible and provides an overview of current evidence-based treatments. Speakers, including a caregiver, discuss firsthand experiences and lessons learned, including the impact of different interventions and approaches on older adults with dementia and their caregivers.

26mins

30 Jul 2019

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David Reuben - Falls Among Older Adults Background

Resources For Integrated Care

David Reuben - Falls Among Older Adults Background by Resources For Integrated Care

13mins

3 May 2019

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NEJM Interview: Dr. David Reuben on the emergence of hospital-dependent patients and its clinical and ethical implications.

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

Dr. David Reuben is the Director of the UCLA Multicampus Program in Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology and of the UCLA Claude Pepper Older Americans Independence Center. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Managing Editor of the Journal. D.B. Reuben and M.E. Tinetti. The Hospital-Dependent Patient. N Engl J Med 2014;370:694-7.

9mins

19 Feb 2014

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The Future of Health Care: Armageddon or Carmageddon? (David Reuben, MD)

UCLA Internal Medicine

Dr. Reuben discusses the challenges faced by the American healthcare system and makes some predictions about what the future will hold.

30 Nov 2011